B.C. Liberal Leader Christy Clark has gone on Twitter to say what she's looking for in a new deal to bring "four years of stability" to the legislature.
And she claims that it's not going to be merely an agreement between political parties.
"It's a deal with you because you were the ones in the election who said you wanted to do things differently," she said.
You can watch the statement in the tweet below.
Here's a transcript of what Clark said in her brief remarks:
"I know there's a lot of uncertainty about what's going to happen with the government—and who will be in government. But I want you to know that when we look through each others' platforms, at least when I do, I see a lot of things that we have in common that we could work on together.
"But I also know that if we can come to an agreement with other parties in the legislature for four years of stability, that it's going to be a deal not with political parties. It's a deal with you because you were the ones in the election who said you wanted us to do things differently.
"And I want to make sure that any agreement we come to reflects what you want because we want to make sure that we do do things differently in British Columbia. A new deal not for politicians, not for the legislature, but a new deal for British Columbians."